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301 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
Christian and Margaret is at the scole
 
Blair, Christian (I2097)
 
302 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
George is learning the weaving
 
Blair, George (I2098)
 
303 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
John and James and geidon and Marie are dead.
 
Blair, Mary (I274)
 
304 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
John and James and geidon and Marie are dead.
 
Blair, James (I2104)
 
305 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
John and James and geidon and Marie are dead.
 
Blair, John (I2627)
 
306 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
John and James and geidon and Marie are dead.
 
Blair, Gideon (I2628)
 
307 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
Margaret is at the scole.
Margaret did NOT marry Thomas Proctor. The Margaret who married Thomas Proctor was a widow who's maiden name was Reed or Reid. She evidently married a Blair and hence son Peter Blair. I found a Margaret Reed who married William Blair on 01 Jan 1833 in Morpeth Northumberland which is probably the one we're looking for, given that Peter was born in 1831 or 1832 based on the censuses.
 
Blair, Margaret (I273)
 
308 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
My son Peter is learning the book binding

DDR/EJ/MLA/1/1821/184 26 June 1821
allegation, with bond, by Peter Blair, of Morpeth, Northumberland, bookseller, bachelor for marriage to Ann Hunter, of Alnwick, Northumberland, spinster at Alnwick, Northumberland sworn before Thomas Shute (surrogate) surety in bond: John Jackson, of Morpeth, Northumberland, chemist
 
Blair, Peter (I2152)
 
309 Ltr dated March 9, 1807 from Joseph Blair in Stirling to brother Robert Blair in Barnet VT:
I have had nine children six sons and three daughters the names are William John and James Peter and geidon and george and Christiany Mary and Margaret.
William went away from us nine years ago [1798] and we have never heard of him since. We never knew where he went to, He was learning the weaving and left his master.
 
Blair, William (I2102)
 
310 Ltr dated May 13, 1786 from John Blair at Arnmore to son Robert Blair (Jame's Brother) in Barnet VT:
Your Brothers and sister are all well but for James there is no word from him – since he went to the East Indiens.

Ltr dated March 5, 1790 from John Blair at Arnmore to son Robert Blair (Jame's Brother) in Barnet VT:
Your brother James we heard no account from him since he left this place.

Ltr dated March 9, 1807 (or 09) from Joseph Blair (Jame's Brother) in Stirling to brother Robert Blair (Jame's Brother) in Barnet VT:
Our brother James died in the east indes seven years ago and his wife and son and daughter is in ___ and doing well.
 
Blair, James (I777)
 
311 Maine State Archives, Maine Marriages 1892-1996 (except 1967 to 1976), Maine Source (S276)
 
312 Maine State Archives. Maine Marriages 1892-1996 (except 1967 to 1976). Maine. Index obtained from Maine Department of the Secretary of State, Maine State Archives, http://www.state.me.us/sos/arc/files/dbinfo.htmSource (S490)
 
313 Managing Dir. Dixon Blair Co. Boot & Shoe Factors
 
Hunter Blair, Charles Henry (I306)
 
314 March 29, 1778: Buchlyvie - John Blair son of Duncan Blair and Mary Blair baptized in the parish of Kippen.
 
Blair, John (I1248)
 
315 Marriage
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956)
Thursday 27 April 1944
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/11820639

http://canadianheadstones.com/familytrees/getperson.php?personID=I67715&tree=Gibbard-Freeman

THE LONDON GAZETTE, 2 MAY, 1941
ADMINISTRATIVE AND SPECIAL DUTIES BRANCH.
The undermentioned are granted commissions
for the duration of hostilities: -
As Pilot Officers on probation.
3rd Oct. 1940.
Duncan Philip TAYLOR (63493).
2ist Feb. 1941.
Alan Douglas STEWART (63494).
3rd Mar. 1941.
George Lyle BLAIR (63495).
 
Blair, George Lyle (I3265)
 
316 Marriage Bonds and Allegations, London, England: London Metropolitan Archives Source (S265)
 
317 Marriage on 19 Nov 1803 is from a copy of Records on Births in Oxford MA Pratt, Thomas Baxter (I6208)
 
318 Marriage records, select counties and years. California State Archives, Sacramento, California. Source (S656)
 
319 Marriage Records. RootsWeb. http://userdb.rootsweb.ancestry.com/marriages/. Source (S484)
 
320 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Peacock, C.J. (I6151)
 
321 Marriages records for Miller and Dwyer show Azro's father as Asa. Marriage record for Elvena shows Azro's father as Azro. All the marriage show mother as Lucy Curtis. Death record for Azro shows father as Asa

Enlisted in Company C, Vermont 13th Infantry Regiment on 10 Oct 1862.Mustered out on 21 Jul 1863 at Brattleboro, VT. Roster of Vermont Volunteers During the War of the Rebellion 1861-66 Source: History of the 13th Vermont Volunteers

CORPORAL AZRO A. PLATT was born in East Montpelier, educated in the common district schools and grew up to manhood like the most of the boys of Vermont, brought up on a farm. His age at the time of firing on Fort Sumter was 28, hence fully realized that the country was in danger and war was sure to come. After due consideration, volunteered into East Montpelier Company under Captain Coburn and because of age and other good qualifications was appointed 8th corporal. He was not a natural born soldier, but still acted well his duty during his term of service. He died at Waterbury, Vt., November 22nd, 1906, and is buried at Barre, Vt. Source: History of the 13th Regiment Vermont Volunteers

St. Albans Daily Messenger
Nov. 29, 1906
Death of Azro A. Pratt
Waterbury, Nov. 23 - Azro A. Pratt, aged 72 years, died at the state hospital for the insane Thursday. The body was taken to Barre for burial. Mr. Pratt was a veteran of the civil War, having served in Co. C, Seventy-third regiment, Vermont volunteers. While in service he contracted rheumatism and a disease of the eyes, and in consequence had drawn a pension of $72 a month for many years.
 
Pratt, Azro A (I3324)
 
322 Married for 3 months then divorced
 
Tresilian, Arthur Francis (I1834)
 
323 Mary Jameson McIver was short, dark complected with black eyes and hair with a large nose and plainlooking. As a child she had been remarkably well educated for a girl in those days. Being an only child, she was educated at home by a governess. She was very careful that her sons should be educated, but overlooked the fact that daughters needed education just as much. Jameson, Mary (I3355)
 
324 Mary McIver, came from a Scotch family. Her grandmother Jennie Lind came from Scotland into Ireland. Her family was rich and educated, but rather than live in wealth and luxury with some one her family proposed, she married Alexander Jameson, the man of her choice, poor, but of strong Christian character.

She possessed an even temperament and was always the same to all people. While she would never turn a beggar away empty handed, she was one of the canny Scotch, and managed carefully and wisely for the best interest of the family. She was intensely religious both in precept and example. It was said of her that no one could talk five minutes with her without disclosing his position with regard to personal Christianity. Yet this was done with so much tact that no one ever was offended by it.

He was five feet seven inches in height. She was very modest, was not afraid of dirt that could be washed off with soap and water. She never got excited and never seemed astonished at anything, would forgive and forget. She cried easily, something occurring almost every day that would bring tears to her eyes.

She acquired the use of the Vermont dialect so well that no one would have suspected her of being something but a native. He preferred to work alone. Her family did not belong to the straight Presbyterian church in Ireland, but to the Union Presbyterians. She was converted while quite young in a Methodist meeting near her home and she always had a strong attachment to that church, regarding it the nearest her ideal of the true Christian church. Once she had her name taken from the roll of the Congregational church at Glover, but owing to the pleading of her oldest son, Alexander, he had it replaced where it still remains. She was always a fine singer. While religious songs were her preference, she would sometimes sing lighter music to her chagrin when it was shown to her. Her favorite hymn was "There is a fountain filled with blood." She discontinued reading novels. because she believed them to be a great hinderment to spiritual growth.

When they were first married they had a fine farm in Bogue's Town. This was in Town, Lough Conley, Parish Skerry - Country Antrim; Province of Ulster.
 
McIver, Mary (I2649)
 
325 Massachusetts Grand Lodge of Masons Membership Cards 1733–1990. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Source (S457)
 
326 Massachusetts Vital Records, 1840–1911. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.Massachusetts Vital Records, 1911–1915. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Source (S450)
 
327 Massachusetts Vital Records, 1840–1911. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.Massachusetts Vital Records, 1911–1915. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Source (S456)
 
328 Massachusetts Vital Records, 1840–1911. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.Massachusetts Vital Records, 1911–1915. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Source (S460)
 
329 Master's Certificates, Greenwich, London, UK: National Maritime Museum Source (S305)
 
330 MELBA R. STANBRIDGE Passed away peacefully in Pleasanton on January 8, 2005. She was born on September 12, 1916, in Scotia, CA to Michael and Hazel Sciarini and raised in Oakland. Beloved wife of the late Melvin Stanbridge, a loving marriage which lasted over 56 years. Devoted mother of Melvin Stanbridge (Loretta) of Eureka, CA and Edward Stanbridge (Yvonne) of Sparks, NV. Grandmother of 4, great grandmother of 15 and great great grandmother of 6. Loving sister of Mary F. Langerman of Montana. Sciarini, Melba Roberta (I5016)
 
331 Member of Baptist Church at Passumpic
 
Blair, James Gilfillan (I3420)
 
332 member of Lawrence Street Congregational Church
 
Blair, Jane G (I3419)
 
333 Member of M.E. Church at St. Johnsbury VT.
 
Bassett, Frederick Holmes Sr (I2184)
 
334 Merlin Data Publishing Corporation, comp, Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings, : Merlin Data Publishing Corporation, 215 South Complex Drive, Kalispell, MT 59901 Source (S70)
 
335 Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records. Michigan Death Index. Lansing, MI, USA. Source (S434)
 
336 Minnesota. Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002. Minneapolis, MN, USA: Minnesota Department of Health. Source (S641)
 
337 Montana State Genealogical Society, comp. Montana Death Index, 1860-2007. Montana State Genealogical Society, Lewis & Clark Library, 120 S Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT 59620. Copyright 2008.State of Montana, comp. Montana State Death Registry Index, 1907-1953. Montana State Genealogical Society, Montana.State of Montana, comp. Montana Death Index, 1954-2002. State of Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Office of Vital Statistics, Helena, Montana. Source (S583)
 
338 Morton C. Tuttle, 87, of Granite Ledges, formerly of Pleasant Street in Concord, died Sunday, Nov. 16, 2008, at Concord Hospital. He was born in Milford, son of the late Donald and Helen (Ward) Tuttle.

He and his wife, Carolyn, were married for exactly 61 years and were extremely devoted to one another. Both of them had a supreme love for their granddaughters, Brooke and Paige Tuttle, and daughter-in-law, Cindy.

He was predeceased by his wife, Carolyn (Hilliard) Tuttle, who died in 2007, and a beautiful sister, Nancy Tuttle, who died at the age of 5.

He is survived by his son, Don Tuttle and his wife, Cindy, of Goffstown; and two beautiful granddaughters, Brooke and Paige Tuttle of Goffstown.
 
Tuttle, Morton Chase 2nd (I4715)
 
339 Mustered into Co."F" 15th Regiment Oct. 22,1862 and died of disease Dec.31,1862. Gibson, Pvt Thomas William (I5137)
 
340 Name is an educated guess based on the mention of William Heatley in the probate of Jane's father's possible death
 
Heatley, William (I1754)
 
341 National Cemetery Administration, Nationwide Gravesite Locator Source (S130)
 
342 National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator. Source (S463)
 
343 Nebraska. Cass County. “County Census, 1876-1882.” Microfilm RG220, 9 rolls. Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln.Nebraska. Lancaster County. “County Census, 1860-1880.” Microfilm RG207, 4 rolls. Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln.Schedules of the Nebraska State Census of 1885. NARA Microfilm Publication M352, 56 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. n.d. Source (S568)
 
344 Nevada State Health Division, Office of Vital Records. Nevada Marriage Index, 1966-2005. Carson City, Nevada: Nevada State Health Division, Office of Vital Records.Clark County, Nevada Marriage Bureau. Clark County, Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-1966. Las Vegas, Nevada: Clark County, Nevada Marriage Bureau. Source (S660)
 
345 Nevada State Health Division, Office of Vital Statistics. State Death Index. Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, Carson City, Nevada. Source (S853)
 
346 New England Historic Genealogical Society. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Boston: The New England Historic Genealogical Society. Source (S624)
 
347 New York, Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789-1919, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Source (S65)
 
348 Not Certain he married Agnes Mary Cheeseman Blair, William Nisbet (I2513)
 
349 Not certain she married this William Nisbet Blair Cheeseman, Agnes Mary (I5978)
 
350 Not Married
School Teacher
 
Blair, Mary (I2306)
 

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